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16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
SHHS PTCO ~ AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2012
WELCOME BACK!
 
PTCO Contact Information
PTCO contact information: shhsptco@gmail.com ~or~ 720.886.5390
Facebook Page:  Smoky Hill High School PTCO (Feel free to post questions on our Facebook page, they will usually be answered within 24 hours).
 
Welcome/Facebook Page
Welcome freshman and new students as well as returning students!  Parents and students: To keep up on the latest happenings and events at SHHS and the SHHS PTCO, join our Facebook Page! Type in “Smoky Hill High School PTCO” into the Facebook search engine.
 
PTCO General Meeting
Our PTCO General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 19th, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.
 
CHICK-FIL-A SPIRIT NIGHT
Raise $$$ For SHHS
 
5600 S. Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 
September 18, 2011
Time: 6:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 
Remember to mention that you are with Smoky Hill High School.  Tell your friends and family!  A percentage of all ticketed SHHS receipts will be donated to SHHS to help support students.
 
 Volunteers Needed!!!
  • PTCO is looking for volunteers for the following events: Baked Goods For Homecoming.
  • We will also need parent volunteers for September 15th.  Contact Sara LaPalme if you are interested (lapalme58@hotmail.com).
  • The SHHS Craft Fair on Saturday, November 10th.  We are looking for food, soda, and water donations.  In addition, we are looking for parent and/or student volunteers for shifts throughout the day (great for IB or NHS volunteer hours).  Please email us at shhsptco@gmail.com if you are interested.          
  • Donations (food, water, soda, baked goodies) for various events throughout  the year.           
We are also looking for someone to fill the Secretary Position (responsible for meeting minutes, correspondance, advertising for the spring craft fair), Restaurant Coordinator for Spirit Nights, and doing the Teacher-of-the-Year Book for PTCO.
 
SHHS Activity Calendars
If you ordered an activities calendar, you may pick yours up at Back to School Night, at Parent-Teacher Conferences or in the main office.
 
Spirit Wear
Spirit Wear will now be sold by the Smoky Hill HS DECA Club.  Any questions can be addressed to the club advisor, Mrs. McElreath.  Spirit Wear WILL BE SOLD in the SCHOOL STORE during lunches and during PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES on October 25 (Thursday).
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